Turbonomic Valuable Features

Stephen Baker
System Administrator at UL Workplace Health & Safety
The biggest value I'm getting out of VMTurbo right now is the complete hands-off management of equalizing the usage in my data center. VMTurbo distributes all of my VMs equally across all of my hosts. I don't ever have to think about when a host is in more heavy use if there's going to be constrain on that single host that it lives on, because it rearranges everything for me through VMotion control. View full review »
Rodney Barnhardt
Server\Storage Administrator at a manufacturing company with 501-1,000 employees
When you log in to Turbonomics, I find the Assure Service Performance that appears on the dashboard the most useful item. This option shows virtual machines that may need additional memory, CPU, or to be migrated to other storage to ensure performance. The product can be configured to do all of this automatically, but I like have more control of the changes. Plus, the way we have our storage configured, it is best that one of the admins selects which data store a machine is migrated to. I also like the reporting feature and have several of them set to automatically generate and email to me at the end of the month. One in particular shows snapshots that are still on the virtual machines. This prevents forgotten snapshots from existing for weeks, months, or even years. View full review »
Chris Childerhose
Solutions Engineer at ThinkON
The ability to automate moving of VMs, Capacity Planning and Reporting have been invaluable to our monthly reporting. View full review »
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M Li
Systems Administrator at a government with 10,001+ employees
* Assure service performance * Policy/automation * Plan/capacity planning * Application module * Network module View full review »
Jonathan Murden
IT Operations Manager - Infrastructure at a healthcare company with 5,001-10,000 employees
We have found the automation for moving VMs optimally to be much better than VMware DRS. We have also rebalanced our storage platform using the recommended storage moves. This has improved performance and capacity use across hosts and storage. Cluster Capacity Dashboards have been a huge benefit towards capacity planning and scaleout reviews The planner element of the product is fantastic for host replacement planning and allowing the rightsizing of our disaster recovery (DR) provisioning. View full review »
Calvin Engen
Director of IT at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Provides automation of the workloads to the best hosts and trending of resource capacity over time. We constantly focus on this as a service provider. View full review »
Edward "Chip" Liczwek
Technical Analyst IT, VMware Infrastructure Team at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
* Improving the overall efficiency of the dashboard. * Plan View * Environmental Health Chart View full review »
Ariel Dupar
IT Servers & Infrastructure Leader at a tech services company
With this platform we have automated our virtualization management and we are providing performance to our Apps when they needs it and saving CAPEX/ OPEX. View full review »
Br Yan Keadle
Systems Engineer at a government with 501-1,000 employees
Assure Service Performance. View full review »
Aasimms
Architect at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
* Moving VMs * Storage moves in conjunction with DRS * The planning function * Rightsizing VMs View full review »
Chang Chi Liu
IT Manager - Business Technology Solutions at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
Reporting and the dashboard. View full review »
Mark Kaplan
Senior Director of IT at a K-12 educational company or school with 51-200 employees
Its ability to scale up and down on demand allows for maximum cost efficiency. By dynamically analyzing our loads, the product can sense if resources need to be adjusted. It can also tell if another configuration of the same power would be cheaper in another region. View full review »
ScottHorton
Enterprise Systems Engineer at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
The resource monitoring and usage reporting have helped keep the VMware clusters balanced and running smoothly. It also helps rightsizing over-provisioned virtual machines (VMs) for resource reclamation. View full review »
AndyWang
TeamLead at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
* Visibility of all workloads, whether on-premise or Azure environments. * Control of workloads to assure performance and deliver service levels. * Enforcement of compliance policies across a hybrid cloud. View full review »
dagnabbit
User at a comms service provider with 11-50 employees
Turbonomic does a great job of handling things like: * Load balancing in VMware clusters * Giving insights into how VMs are being utilized resource-wise * Giving insights into how virtualized applications are running inside of VMs * Offering suggestions (and that can be automated) to adjust clusters, host hypervisors, and VMs for the best performance View full review »
Eric Schoenfeld
Alliances Director, Data Center at a tech consulting company with 501-1,000 employees
Automation: The ability to make changes, up or down, and move resources in order to ensure performance, making our investments last longer. View full review »
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